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EBLIP7 People's Choice Awards - Best Paper

First Place:
Looking for InfoLit: Using Syllabi to Map Strategic Information Literacy Instruction
Katherine Boss, Long Island University Brooklyn, United States
Emily Drabinski, Long Island University Brooklyn, United States

A Two-Way Second Place Tie:
Putting a Sacred Cow Out to Pasture: Assessing the Effect of Removing Fines and Reducing Barriers at an Academic Library
Kathleen Reed, Vancouver Island University, Canada
Jean Blackburn, Vancouver Island University, Canada
Daniel Sifton, Vancouver Island University, Canada

EBLIP in a Public Library: Assessment and Research at Edmonton Public Library
Soleil Surette, Edmonton Public Library, Canada
Laura Winton, Edmonton Public Library, Canada

This is a list of the concurrent sessions including speakers/authors and session titles. A complete PDF of the sessions including abstracts is now available for download.

PDF Program for Download - Updated July 14, 2013

Information for Session and Poster Presenters (PDF Download)

Concurrent Sessions: Tuesday, July 16

Session A 11:30am-12:30pm
A1 Geology 155
Embedded librarianship: Reflections as a problem-based learning tutor in a distributed medical undergraduate program
Diana Ng, University of British Columbia, Canada

The Canadian research-embedded health librarian experience
Liz Dennett, University of Alberta, Canada
Soleil Surette, Edmonton Public Library, Canada
Devon Greyson, University of British Columbia, Canada
Trish Chatterley, University of Alberta, Canada

A2 Geology 265
A unique evidence-based practice (EBP) course in a medical school
Jonathan Eldredge, University of New Mexico, United States
Toby Palley, University of New Mexico, United States

Evidence based practice for research instruction: Three pedagogical approaches
Ma Lei Hsieh, Rider University, United States
Patricia Dawson, Rider University, United States
Melissa Hofmann, Rider University, United States
Megan Titus, Rider University, United States
Michael Carlin, Rider University, United States

A3 Biology 125
Can an EBLIP conceptual lens illuminate some of copyright’s complex conundrums?
Rumi Graham, University of Lethbridge, Canada

Putting a sacred cow out to pasture: Assessing the effect of removing fines and reducing barriers at an academic library
Kathleen Reed, Vancouver Island University, Canada
Jean Blackburn, Vancouver Island University, Canada
Daniel Sifton, Vancouver Island University, Canada

Session B 1:45-2:45pm
B1 Geology 155
An assessment of faculty and students’ perceptions of citation management software needs
Nicole Dalmer, University of Alberta, Canada
Dale Storie, University of Alberta, Canada

Impact, influence, and importance: Using citation analysis data to implement best practices for scholarly publication
Thane Chambers, University of Alberta, Canada
Lori Walter, University of Alberta, Canada

B2 Geology 265
A study on the role of information professionals in promoting evidence based medical services in Saudi healthcare institutions: Analysis and recommendations
Sulaiman Alreyaee, AL Jouf University, Saudi Arabia
Aquil Ahmed, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia Paper withdrawn

The value of library and information services in patient care: Results in a multivariate analysis
Joanne Gard Marshall, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, United States
Jennifer Craft Morgan, Georgia State University, United States
Cheryl A. Thompson, University of Illinois, United States
Amber Wells, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, United States

B3 Biology 125
Virtual reference: Where has it been and where is it going? A systematic review of the literature, 2000-2012
Lorna Rourke, St. Jerome's University, Canada
Pascal Lupien, University of Guelph, Canada

Dissemination of systematic reviews: Challenges and balances
Niels Ole Pors, Royal School of Library and Information Science, Denmark
Carl Gustav Johannsen, Royal School of Library and Information Science, Denmark

Session C 3:30-4:30pm
C1 Geology 155
A library environment for everyone: Universal design and libraries
Andrea Miller-Nesbitt, McGill University, Canada
Tanja Beck, McGill University, Canada

Noise management in libraries: An assessment of the evidence
Wendy Rodgers, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada

C2 Geology 265
Investigating the scholarly communications needs of faculty at the University of Saskatchewan: Is there a role for the University Library?
Diane (DeDe) Dawson, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

No time to scale back: Gleaning best practices for librarian involvement in scholarly communication in Canadian research libraries
K. Jane Burpee, University of Guelph, Canada
Leila Fernandez, York University,Canada

C3 Biology 125
Does the VIVO Harvester Populate Bibliographic References for an Institutional Instance of VIVO Effectively?
Jonathan Eldredge, University of New Mexico, United States
Philip Kroth, University of New Mexico, United States

From user usage to subject analysis: A case study of the oncogene
Chung-Yen Yu, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Jiann-Cherng Shieh, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

Concurrent Sessions: Wednesday July 17
Session D 11:30am-12:30pm
D1 Geology 155
Perceptions of current and ideal research environments: Findings from the inaugural Canadian Librarians’ Research Institute
Cathy Maskell, University of Windsor
Selinda Berg, University of Windsor

Practice what we preach: How the practice of scholarly research impacts professional practice for Canadian academic librarians
Sharon Murphy, Queen's University, Canada

D2 Geology 265
Preparing school librarians to implement evidence-based practice
Gail Dickinson, Old Dominion University, United States

The challenges of adopting evidence based practice in library and information services: The Nigerian academic library experience

Aliyu Muhammed'Rabiu, Kogi State University, Nigeria
M'Basir Lanre, Federal University,Lokoja,Kogi State, Nigeria
Yemi-Peters E.O. Kogi State University, Nigeria Paper withdrawn

Session E 1:45-2:45pm
E1 Geology 155
Can dynamic modeling enrich library practice decision making?
Janet Bangma, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Action learning sets: An innovative way to facilitate writing for publication
Maria Grant, University of Salford, United Kingdom

E2 Geology 265
Looking back to move forward: Using student performance to assess instructional effectiveness
Elizabeth Moreton, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, United States
Jamie Conklin, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, United States

Rows of data: Assessing the impact of a multi-year lesson study in nursing
Eric Jennings, University of Wisconsin (UW)-Eau Claire, United States
Hans Kishel, UW-Eau Claire, United States
Bryan Vogh, UW-Eau Claire, United States
Rita Sperstad, UW-Eau Claire, United States
Angie Stombaugh, UW-Eau Claire, United States
Arin VanWormer, UW-Eau Claire, United States

E3 Biology 125
EBILP in a public library: Assessment and research at Edmonton Public Library
Soleil Surette, Edmonton Public Library, Canada
Laura Winton, Edmonton Public Library, Canada

Narrative inquiry: Generating useful data for research questions
Kathleen De Long, University of Alberta, Canada

Session F 3:30-4:30pm
F1 Geology 155
Investigating the impact of leadership learning in an academic library
Jill Crawley-Low, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

A stretch too far? How staff behaviour is key to professional excellence
Alison Mackenzie, Learning Services, Edge Hill University;
Maria Mirza, Learning Services, Edge Hill University Paper withdrawn

F2 Geology 265
Learning from students: Understanding the value and impact of the academic library through student interviews
Carol Shepstone, Mount Royal University, Calgary, Canada

Working with academic courses to gather evidence for library evidence-based planning
Margaret Brown-Sica, University of Colorado Denver

F3 Biology 125
LibQUAL+ and the information commons initiative at SUNY Buffalo State: 10 years later
Eugene Harvey, State University of New York (SUNY) Buffalo State, United States
Maureen Lindstrom, SUNY Buffalo State, United States Paper withdrawn

The possibilities are measurable: Evaluating innovation, learning, and strategic thinking within library technology
Rick Stoddart, Oregon State University, United States
Evviva Weinraub, Oregon State University, United States

Concurrent Sessions: Thursday, July 18
Session G 11:30am-12:30pm
G1 Geology 155
Sowing the seeds: Information literacy research in science pedagogy journals
Cara Bradley, University of Regina, Canada

Looking for InfoLit: Using syllabi to map strategic information literacy instruction
Katherine Boss, Long Island University Brooklyn, United States
Emily Drabinski, Long Island University Brooklyn, United States

G2 Geology 265
Job satisfaction, career progression and digital literacy skills amongst academic library staff
Victoria Itsekor, Covenant University, Nigeria
Oluwatofunmi J. Oyewole

The endless possibilities for professional development for continuous improvement and demonstrating library value: A case report of an initial project
Lisa Janicke Hinchliffe, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States
Kara Malenfant, ACRL, Special Initiatives, United States

G3 Biology 125
Going out on a LIM: The practices of lay information mediaries
Nicole Dalmer, University of Alberta, Canada
Tami Oliphant, University of Alberta, Canada

A community archive: To build capacity for legacies, leadership and learning with Greek sororities and fraternities
Sarah Passonneau, Iowa State University, United States
Michele Christian, Iowa State University, United States Paper withdrawn